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Refrigerator Door Gasket 2159061


Part #2159061

Replaced by #2159061
Manufacturer substitution
This part replaces 2159061. Substitute parts can look different from the original.
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$108.90 | 
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MSRP: $130.00
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Part Information

Special details: Smooth folds and creases in gasket 2159061 by soaking it in warm water or warming it with a hair dryer on low heat.

This door gasket (part number 2159061) is for refrigerators.

Door gasket 2159061 creates a seal around the door to prevent warm air from entering the refrigerator.

Safely store any food that could deteriorate while the door is open for this repair.


1-8 of 12 reviews
UniondaleReviews 1Votes 0
• 1 year ago
leo98• 1 year ago
perfect fit

I ordered the fridge door gasket when i noticed the original was dry and cracking , my order arrived in 2 days excellent. i would recommend watching the diy video first because i did and still got to sweat doing this repair. finally it was installed easy the gasket was a perfect fit i get a little extra life for the fridge i brought for my mother's house. thanks sears parts dept. are the best anything you need they can get it to you! i strongly recommend to use the putty knife to get to the joint of the old seal.

Reviews 1Votes 1
• 2 years ago
• 2 years ago
Font door gasket

Door gasket replacement for a Whirlpool refrigerator this part is a genuine whirlpool product

Woodridge, ILReviews 1Votes 1
• 3 years ago
VMS t• 3 years ago
Replacing a Refrigerator Door Gasket

Watched U-tube videos on line. Unplugged unit but did not remove door like instructions said. Started at top corners then pushed in gasket all along top, did bottom corners & bottom next, then did the 2 sides. Had a putty knife handy to get gentle leverage. Got the hang of it when I visually could see the magnetic strip was fully under lip of door. Give the gasket a day to "form" to door. Checked temperature next day and all is good

DetroitReviews 1Votes 0
• 4 years ago
Rrrr• 4 years ago
Fridge seal

Replace fridge door seal................


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AlabamaReviews 1Votes 0
• 1 year ago
Rozz• 1 year ago
Wrong part easily corrected

My service tech gave me the wrong part number. When I called Sears parts direct they made the return very easy. Thank you

North CarolinaReviews 1Votes 1
• 3 years ago
frustratedCindyXX• 3 years ago
It's a struggle!

Begin at the bottom; finish at the top edge of the door. The edging is difficult to maneuver into the slot, and, at the corners, nearly impossible. When my fingertips have stopped hurting, I'll try getting the bottom edge done, and THEN work my way up to the top, where I HOPE it'll be easier to finish. Meanwhile, I hold my door closed with a heavy-duty Velcro flap/hasp.

Tom Ry
Rockville Centre, NYReviews 1Votes 1
• 4 years ago
Tom Ry• 4 years ago
Whirlpool refrigerator gasket

Somewhat challenging repair and had to rely on YouTube video as no (none, nil, nada) instructions accompanied the part which may be due to the poor packing job since the box arrived opened.

Response from Sears PartsDirect:
SHS Social • 4 years ago

Thank you for taking the time to bring this to our attention. We hate to see that you have had an experience like this and apologize for the inconvenience. We will be forwarding this information on to the proper channels for future improvements. We appreciate your business and hope to assist you in the future.

MissouriReviews 1Votes 0
• 8 months ago
linda• 8 months ago
not a happy camper

Our fridge is a 4 year old Kenmore. For the first time in 52 years we had a gasket start coming apart, so we figured to fix it rather than wait for disaster. Now we have disaster. We contacted parts direct and they figured the part number, but it was the wrong part. They were nice and had UPS pick it up and resend. Same thing happened. Got the new part right on third try. Only it has areas that despite all we can do simply will not relax and seal. So now my fridge never stops running, you can see the light inside the lower box (where we replaced the seal) when you open the freezer. I have facial tissue stuffed around the gasket to try and hold it to the fridge. Guess we will try putting silicone on the fridge box as a make do gasket until we buy a new fridge, which will never be a Kenmore! Done. Out $157 and worse off than if we had done nothing.

Response from Sears PartsDirect:
Sears Home Services • 8 months ago

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